If you like the name Martin, but it feels a bit too outdated for you, consider Martez. Martez is a Spanish version of the name that sounds a bit more modern with a slightly international feel. Like most baby names that start with “Mar,” it's derived from the Roman god of war, Mars. We like the way Martez sound with both classic and trendy middle names, though something more current, like Jax or Sawyer, can help bring it into the 21st century.
Meaning of the name Martez:
Spanish: Dedicated to Mars, warlike
Origin of the name Martez:
Martez is a Spanish version of the name Martin. Both names are derived from Mars, the Roman god of war.
Symbolism of the name Martez:
Martez's meaning may offer some symbolism to new parents. They might see it as a symbol that their young sons will always be brave and strong like little warriors all their lives.
Style of the name Martez:
Gender of the name Martez:
Martez is a boy's name.
Pronunciation of the name Martez:
Number of syllables in the name Martez:
Emotion evoked from the name Martez:
The baby name Martez evokes images of someone who is athletic but always a good sport, even when loses.
Alternative spellings for the name Martez:
Nicknames for the name Martez:
Popularity of the name Martez:
According to the Social Security Administration, Martez was a top 1,000 baby name for boys on and off between 1985 and 1993. It was most popular in 1991 when it ranked at number 775. It last ranked at number 920 in 1993.
Related names for the name Martez:
Great middle names for Martez and their meanings:
- Joseph (God will add)
- Sawyer (woodcutter)
- Jax (no meaning – invented name)
- Tyler (tile maker)
- Aiden (little fire)
- Austin (great, magnificent)
- Stone (stone)
- Nolan (champion)
- James (supplanter)
Famous people with the name Martez:
- Martez(football player who played linebacker in the NFL and Canadian Football League)
Martezes in popular culture: